Posted by equeen on November 10, 2012 at 15:49:46 from (126.96.36.199):
Thanks to all who have helped regarding brother's 52 8N electrical problems. Special thanks to OLD for his "hot wire" suggestion.
Coil forward is now fine. Tractor starts well and runs fine - with electrical circuit/devices from coil forward. Problem was with the side post of distributor. I now have 3 sets of points and condensers in the trash from burning 'em up while trying to find and solve problem.
Tractor will not start when remove jumper and go back to all wiring and devices. Actually get a 6v reading input to coil. But tractor will not start unless "hot wire" as mentioned above.
Next step is to check out devices and wiring from coil input back - one at the time - to find the last, or at least one of the last, problems. Will begin Monday.
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